Kumgang Stephanandra incisa is deciduous broad-leaved shrub belonging to the family of spiraea. It is an indigenous plant found on Mt. Kumgang of Korea in Juche 6(1917).

The shrub is 30 to 70 centimetres high. It branches out in its upper part, drooping.

Fresh branches are red brown and the old ones are dark brown.

Leaves come out in alternation and some leaves are gathered on short branches.

Light pink little flowers bloom between late June and July, forming compound inflorescence.

The shrub is propagated by seed or cutting.

It is valuable as a decorative plant for its good-looking body and beautiful flowers.

In Korea the Kumgang Stephanandra incisa has been designated as a living monument and is under special protection.